Fawn-breasted Brilliant Hummingbird approaching Crocosmia.
Buff-tailed Coronet Tail Display
Buff-tailed Coronet feeding from Crocosmia 1
The Velvet-purple Coronet Hummingbird is found in humid foothill forest on the West Andean slope in western Colombia and north-western Ecuador.
The Booted Rackettailed Hummingbird can be found in the Andean Mountain Range, which stretch through Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela. Their unique tail is tipped with oval plums.
The Tourmaline Sunangel Hummingbird can be found in rainforest of Ecuador and Colombia.
The buff-tailed Coronet Hummingbird can be found in Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela. They like the mid-level forest canopy and feed on nectar and insects.
The purple-throated woodstar hummingbird is found in Colombia and Ecuador. This bird weights about 3 grams and is 7cm long.
Buff-tailed Coronet Hummingbird Perched
Booted Rackettailed Hummingbird No. 1
The collared inca hummingbird can be found in the Andean forests of Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia.
Rackettail Hummingbird Approach
Buff-tailed Coronet Hummingbird on Robust Elleanthus
The Green Violetear Hummingbird can be found in the forest of Mexico to northern South America. This hummingbird is about four inches in length.
The Sword-billed Hummingbird bill is 4” to 5” long. Their bill is longer than their body.
A photo of a Violet-tailed Sylph in flight. This hummingbird can be found in Colombia and Ecuador. The total length of the bird is 7 inches.
The buff-tailed Coronet approaching shrimp plant.
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